Framing FAQ

How much does it cost?

When it comes to framing, the price is as unique as your piece is. Many different factors come in to play– the frame, mat(s), glass, and mounting, along with the size. If you want to know how much something would cost, siimply bring it in!

I’ve never framed before. What should I do? Should I bring it in?

Welcome to the wonderful world of framing! Our first request would be that you actually bring in whatever it is you are desiring to get framed. This way we can get an exact size, as well as see the exact colors in your piece. Secondly, come in with an open mind! We love to have fun, play, and help you go home with a piece that will be loved for a lifetime.

How long will it take to get my piece(s) back?

Right now, our turn-around time is at an all-time low. We still need a few weeks, since we do order in our moulding and mats, and shipping can take a little while. For the most part, projects are about 4 weeks out right now.

Do you do shadowboxes? My piece is very oddly shaped/an odd size. Can you actually suspend it?

We do make shadowboxes! Not only can we custom build the frame for you, but we also know how to mount many odd items. We have done years of research, and also have mounted many fun pieces– from swords to guns to jerseys, we are able to help you get your piece in a safe display! If you really are concerned about it, though, please feel free to call us at 307-673-2878.

Should a mat be put on? Why do I need a mat?

When it comes to mats, there are many factors that come into play. As a general rule, oil paintings and acrylic paintings on canvas/board do not get mats. Mats can frequently add an extra dimension to a piece, as well as create space between the piece and the glass. It’s important to have space between the glass and art because of temperature, humidity, and other factors that could potentially cause damage in the future. It also simply depends on the individual piece. If there is glass and no mat, we will use a glass spacer instead.